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Old 10-12-2010, 10:31 PM
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'67 F100 paint schemes.

Is there a visual reference that exists for factory paint schemes for different paint/trim options? I want to paint my '67 to factory specs, I know my truck was/is blue and white...I want to know exactly where the truck was blue and where the truck was white from the factory.

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Is there a visual reference that exists for factory paint schemes for different paint/trim options? I want to paint my '67 to factory specs, I know my truck was/is blue and white...I want to know exactly where the truck was blue and where the truck was white from the factory.
Post the COLOR codes found on the Warranty Plate, and I'll tell you how the truck was originally painted.
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Paint is M7. M, I know is Wimbledon white. The 7 is a little confusing, closest I have found is Harbor Blue. The Ditzler chart shows Harbor Blue as a mettalic. To me the truck appears Peacock Blue?

I want to know where the white cuts off in the jambs (factory). If the top was indeed white from the factory and exactly where the color stops (factory).

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Is there some program or site where you can virtually see your paint scheme?
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M7: M = Wimbledon White / 7 = Harbor Blue aka Dark Blue.

The primary color is listed first on the Warranty Plate.

This means that the roof and below the upper side mouldings was white, while the center section was blue.

Paint info is from the official 1967 Ford car/truck paint chart, which also has the chips glued to it. This chart was used at the Ford parts counter.
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Did all the two tone trucks in 67 apply the bottom color to the cab roof? I ask because I have a 67 ranger that is black and white. Black as the top color and white as the bottom color, but the top of the cab is black and not white. Was this changed at some point or was that an option?
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I guess I threw a curve ball with that question...........sorry
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Did all the two tone trucks in 67 apply the bottom color to the cab roof? I ask because I have a 67 ranger that is black and white. Black as the top color and white as the bottom color, but the top of the cab is black and not white. Was this changed at some point or was that an option?
Raven Black = COLOR code A / Wimbledon White = COLOR code M

How are these COLOR codes listed on the Warranty Plate? Like this: AM ... or like this MA?

The primary color is listed first, so if the cab roof is black, below the upper side mouldings would also be black.

The center section (above the upper side mouldings) would be painted white.

The COLOR codes on the Warranty Plate will be AM with this paint scheme.

No curve was thrown. I was in Hawaii from 11/2 thru 11/19, so I didn't see this question originally.
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